Tātari Tauutuutu: accounting for the Māori cultural economy

1. What is Tātari Tauutuutu? In Te Reo Māori, the word ‘tātari’ is generally translated into English as a verb associated with: sifting, sorting-out, measuring-out or analysing. The word ‘tauutuutu’ can

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Engaging with hapū in creative, co-governance and co-management activities – the role of kawa, kaupapa and tikanga

Abstract This monograph explores the question of how engage hapū in creative, co-management and co-governance activities in a way that supports cultural safety and yields transformative, empowering and self-determined outcomes

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Te whāriki o kaupapa Māori

Abstract This monograph draws on the perceptions of a written wānanga on kaupapa Māori (Cole, 2019e) to create a written synthesis of emerging kōrero on kaupapa Māori. Reports 5  and

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Te Wānanga o kaupapa Māori

Abstract This monograph explores two questions related to the creative activities and published work of our Māori pūkenga in the western academy. First, we seek to better understand just what

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Characterisation of the landscape of Māori knowledge development

Abstract This monograph attempts to characterise in visual and written from what we refer to as a‘contemporary landscape of Māori knowledge development’. Report 2 in this Whakatupu Wahapū Ora report

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Can literature review method be used as an instrument of Māori knowledge development?

Abstract This report explores the relevance of literature review method to Māori knowledge development (generally) and the question of engagement with hapū (specifically). To accomplish this writing goal, it is

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